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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by SteCu, Oct 23, 2009.

  1. SteCu

    SteCu Member
    Thread Starter

    hi there xD

    well i am gettin friendly with my Hero :) so i need more info.

    1 - the default storage for applications after instal is - SD card or internal Memory?

    2 - how much internal memory you need in the phone for a proper funcionality.

    3 - how to sync photos - is it drag and drop like the mp3 ?

    4 - how many proccesses you haw on your phone. ( is killink apps dengerous for the phone)?

    5 - how can you see where the contacts are stored and can you move them.?

    Thank you and regards xD


  2. SteCu

    SteCu Member
    Thread Starter

    wow no answers :(
  3. Slug

    Slug Check six!

    Aug 1, 2009
    Mobile phone retail
    Inverness, UK
    Probably because they can be found either in the PDF manual that came with the phone or by searching previous posts on the forum ;) However.....

    1. Internal memory

    2. Dunno as I've never seen it not function. I don't obsessively kill apps either, just let the OS handle that side of things and get on with what I'm doing. Occasionally it will lag noticeably for a moment but quickly sorts itself out.

    3. Yes. Just create folders on the card, drop the images in there and the Albums app will find them.

    4. I've got 24 apps in memory right now with 33MB free, but can't give you total process numbers without access to the SDK (not yet installed on the new rig). In general killing apps isn't harmful; if it's something required by the system i.e. SenseUI or Touch Input it will simply restart itself. However Android tends to manage memory quite efficiently by itself if left to do so.

    5. You can't 'see' the Contacts store or manipulate its location, unless you choose to limit yourself to storing them on your SIM. Otherwise your only contact (pun intended!) with them is via front-end apps such as People.

  4. SteCu

    SteCu Member
    Thread Starter

    thank you very much for your reply.

    and is there any way to move aps do the SD card=?=
  5. G8D

    G8D Well-Known Member

    Sep 2, 2009
    Yes. But you need to root the device, buy a high speed SD card and then partition it.
  6. SteCu

    SteCu Member
    Thread Starter

    and how you partitionthe SD with an app ?

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